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2-11-2010 @ 4:10PM
It really is starting to feel like Blizz is just handing out 310 mounts now. I finished up "What A Long Strange Trip" during brewfest 2009 like the majority of other people who got the first round of achievements and our drakes. The holiday events were not hard to begin with, they just took a decent amount of dedication and time over the course of the year, which in my opinion, was a fair for the award at the end. Now this year they have changed the Valentines Day event to the point where it can be completed in one or two day (if one worked hard enough) and extended it as well. Now it seems as if they have made the Lunar Festive easier and extended it as well. I am all for making the game more accessible to new players or those with limited time; however, there comes a point where you are no longer making it accessible and instead are making it easy. Those are to different things. Accessible gameplay would be one where you still had to put in a little work and dedication and had access to similar rewards as players who devote more time, and easy is this trend of basically logging on and doing the bare minimum but getting the same rewards as the people who bust their ass and work extremely hard to achieve things in the game. I wish Blizz could find a healthy balance between those concepts.
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